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See CHINO MORENO's CROSSES play first show in 9 years

Deftones side project finally returned to stage last week

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††† (Crosses) played their first show in almost a decade last week. The electronic-rock side project of Deftones' Chino Moreno and Far's Shaun Lopez took the stage last Monday (November 13th) at L.A.'s Hollywood Forever and ripped through a 19-song set that marked their first live performance since 2014.

The show was the first of a three-night stint at Hollywood Forever that also doubled as a celebration of the duo's first new album in nine years, Goodnight, God Bless, I Love U, Delete, which follows the Permanent.Radiant EP they returned with in 2022 after a lengthy hiatus.

Their first gig back featured Moreno and Lopez rocking out in front of a badass trio of crosses (fitting) while their bodies were bathed in a colorful shower of lights. A whopping 13 songs in their setlist received their live debut, and they closed the night with a cover of Q Lazzarus' "Goodbye Horses."

Watch the entire performance above via YouTube, and see the full setlist below courtesy of Setlist.FM.

If you missed these shows, never fear. Next year, ††† (Crosses) will embark on their first tour in 10 years, when they travel from coast to coast in February and March 2024. See the dates here.

††† (Crosses) 11/13/23 setlist:
"This Is A Trick"
"Ghost Ride"
"Bitches Brew"
"Invisible Hand"
"Girls Float † Boys Cry"
"Last Rites"
"Big Youth"
"Goodbye Horses" (Q Lazzarus cover)